A Man's World? Women in the Air Force Have Pushed the Boundaries of Perceived Capabilities and Roles

TitleA Man's World? Women in the Air Force Have Pushed the Boundaries of Perceived Capabilities and Roles
Publication TypeMagazine Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsKester, Marissa
MagazineCitizen Airman: The Official Magazine of the Air National Guard & Air Force Reserve
Volume70
Issue Number2
Pagination24 - 27
Date Published2018/04/01
KeywordsAIR Force law, History, WOMEN & the military, WOMEN & war, WOMEN military personnel -- Social conditions
Abstract

The article offers information on the role of women in the Air Force. Topics discussed include services of women in wartime as nurses, and spies; integration of women into a traditional, male-dominated culture; and the information on history of women in the military along with the rights for women in the Air Force.

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